Walt Disney Pictures has done it again! Frozen is Disney’s 53rd animated film. Disney fans can’t get enough of their work , this being
Disney’s third animated movie in three years.
The story follows sisters Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) as their world turns upside-down. Elsa harnesses the power to create ice and snow and is future queen of the kingdom of Arendelle. After a heated argument over Hans (Santino Fontana), the love interest of Anna, Elsa flees her kingdom. As she flees, Elsa inadvertently unleashes the power of eternal winter upon the land. In a race against time to find her sister, Anna and her friends Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Josh Gad) must find Elsa and bring her back to her duty as Queen.
As a diehard Disney fan, I’ve always loved the classics. I was hoping the film would follow the pattern of some of my favorite classics with romance, laughter, music and a meaningful lesson. Boy, did Frozen deliver. My heart leapt at each romantic encounter, as my toes tapped through each catchy tune. Frozen is animated much like previous Disney animations such as Tangled and Wreck it Ralph. It also includes various musical numbers, similar to the previous animations.
Overall, I thought the film was beautifully animated, smartly written and stocked with some great singalong songs. Frozen is a must-see family film for this year.